“Registration is now open for Camp Eye to Eye — an incredibly fun and unforgettable summer event for students entering 5th to 8th grade with LD / ADHD. Eye to Eye is the only national mentoring movement that pairs kids with LD / ADHD with successful college and high school mentors who have similar labels. Our program objectives include metacognition, self-advocacy, academic accommodations, empowerment and the opportunity to talk about their shared experiences as different thinkers in a safe and welcoming community.” Find out more here:
Music Competition for Students with Documented Disabilities. Any musician (age 14-25) with a disability is eligible to apply as an instrumental or vocal soloist, or as ensembles (at least one member must have a disability). The competition is open to all genres of music. Selected musicians win a $2,500 prize, professional development activities, and the opportunity to perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Apply here:
What suggestions do you have for students who suffer from test anxiety? Kids Health has a helpful article:
A bit off topic, yet mesmerizing – visualizing classic works of literature with the words removed:
There are far too many misconceptions about dyslexia and our abilities.